THE QUEEN Had Meghan Markle And Prince Hot Ginge Over For Tea

October 19, 2017 / Posted by:

Any British royal can’t announce their engagement until THE QUEEN has had their fiancee over and judged their outfit, shoes, hair, face and mannerisms while gracefully sipping straight gin from a teacup. So, Richard Kay of The Daily Mail says that Prince Hot Ginge asked his gramama to have a little kiki with his girlfriend (who is probably his secret fiancee by now) Meghan Markle. They sipped tea and ate tiny sandwiches and cake in THE QUEEN’s private sitting room at Buckingham Palace. Then Meghan politely excused herself and went to the ladies room where she farted out God Save The Queen from the Britishness of it all.

Richard says that the tea meeting happened at around 5pm at Buckingham Palace last Thursday. Prince Philip wasn’t there, so it was just the three of them. Richard gave more riveting details:

I understand the Queen spent almost an hour with her grandson and the Los Angeles-born Meghan, who stars in the US legal drama Suits.

Insiders say that Harry, 33, had spoken to his grandmother during the summer at Balmoral asking to introduce Meghan, who is three years his senior.

As you already knew from the sound of me loudly bawling for the past 18 months, PHG and Meghan have been together for a while, so I’m sure THE QUEEN has already read (and fainted to) the fact that her grandson’s girlfriend is from TraitorVille (aka America), is an actress on a basic cable TV show, is divorced, is biracial and is 36 years old. So their tea was probably just a little meeting for THE QUEEN to get to know Meghan better, and by that I mean THE QUEEN asked Meghan to kindly lay on the table in the corner and put her legs through the stirrups. Then THE QUEEN said, “Oh, let’s play a game I play with all of my sons and grandsons’ fiancees. It’s called ‘How Good Are Them Ovaries, Girl?,” before a Corgi ran on in with a magnifying glass in its mouth. That Queen! Always thinking of the future of the monarch.

And here’s THE QUEEN at The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery in London today.


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